Seven leading figures in Hong Kong’s democracy movement have been convicted for their role in organising protests.
Author: Harry Mear
Myanmar Suffers Deadliest Day of Military Coup After Police Open Fire on Protestors
Protestors have been on the streets since the military took power on February 1.
Former-president Donald Trump acquitted of impeachment charges
For a second time, former President Trump has been acquitted.
Farewell Captain Tom, the passing of a true British hero
The 100 year old war veteran, whose fundraising efforts captured the hearts of the nation, passed away last week after contracting Coronavirus.
Impeachment looms as US continues to grapple with Capitol riot
After Democrats issued an ultimatum to Vice-President Pence that was not met, Donald Trump looks set to be the only President in US history to be impeached twice.
New tier four restrictions come into place to cancel Christmas plans for many
Just days after moving Surrey in to Tier 3, the PM was back at the lectern to announce a plethora of new restrictions.
The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: The Story So Far…
As America heads to the polls, Harry Mear reflects on the US election so far… and where it might go.
The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: The Final Debate
As the quadrennial U.S. Presidential Election draws ever closer, reflection upon the feats and fiascos of the Trump administration is imperative and reactions towards the final debate will be a deciding factor for voters.
Self-Isolating on Campus – One Student Tells Us What its Like
Harry Mear talks us through the new coronavirus tiered restrictions and talks to a Royal Holloway student currently isolating.